Wednesday 15th January 2020
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Gentrack shares dropped to a three-year low after UK electricity retailer E.ON suspended its planned deployment of the Kiwi firm’s billing platform, adding another headwind to an already tough market. The shares plunged 22.8 percent to $3.04 when trading opened, the lowest since February 2017....
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